Effective January 1, 2023 the Sewer Base Rate Fee increased $2.00.  All other charges remain the same.

 

 

Monthly Fixed Residential/Business  Water/Sewer Charges

 

Water Base Rate Fee     $16.65                    Improvement Bond      $6.40 

Sewer Base Rate Fee    $12.71                    Water Testing Fee        $0.85

 

 

Sewer Charges

Usage Rates – per thousand gallons

 

$8.87   0-5,000 gallons   

$8.96   5,001 – 10,000 gallons  

$9.04   10,001 – 15,000 gallons 

$9.13   15,001 – 20,000 gallons  

$9.22   20,001 – 25,000 gallons

$9.30   25,001 – 30,000 gallons and up

 

Water Charges

Usage Rates – per thousand gallons         

$8.26   0-5,000 gallons

$8.59   5,001-10,000 gallons

$8.67   10,001-15,000 gallons

$8.75   15,001-20,000 gallons

$9.17   20,001-25,000 gallons

$9.34   25,001-30,000 gallons

$9.51   30,001 gallons and up

City Council 

Meeting

 

Wednesday,

February 8, 2023

@ 6:00pm

 

 

 

 

Carlton City Hall

310 Chestnut Avenue

PO Box 336

 

Carlton, MN 55718

218-384-4229

 

City Office Hours: 

Monday - Friday

8:00 am to 4:00 pm

 

Water Bill Options

 

Your water bill can now be paperless.

 

Get you water bill emailed. You do not need to print anything, just include your account number with your payment.

 

 

The City of Carlton now has 2 options for paying bills online. Service fees will apply with either option. 

 

 

UBMAX Bill & Pay 

 

You can use this tool to view:

          -Your Current Bill

          -Your Past Bills

          -Your Payment History

 

You can use this tool to Pay Your Bill.

 

 

GovPayNet / AllPaid

 

You can do a one time payment or there is an option for you to set up an account and keep your credit card information on file.

 

Go to PAY MY BILL for more information.

 

 

A short video about the science of sewage. See what happens to different items in the sewer system.

 

 

 

2021 CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT

 

View current and previous reports found on the Water and Sewer Service page

 

 

 

WATER / SEWER TIPS

 

Take 5-minute showers instead of baths. A full bathtub requires up to 70 gallons of water.